It barely matters who they give their money to, so long as it doesn’t stay in their pocket. Economic dynamism is not that complicated.
Now the collection is “streamlined” — which sounds good, unless you’re the stream for which it’s bound.
Elected officials might think twice about balancing their budget by dipping into the “Political Cowardice Fund.”
Politics is not like sport, or shouldn’t be. If winning is all that matters, then losers have nothing to do except wait for their turn to be winners.
If Democrats want to storm the Capitol in 2018, we’ve already seen a storm they can use.
“Giving ground” to the other side can be in fact what’s necessary to release the interwoven tensions that trap both sides inside a controversy.
When you’re on a boat, you don’t have much, but it’s seldom not enough. When a need becomes known, sharing occurs quickly and naturally.
Steve Jobs was meeting a need we had never voiced, but he heard it nevertheless. He must have.
When how much we care outstrips how much we know, we find ways to match the two. Rumors and innuendo fill the gap. Conspiracy theories breed in the darkness of not knowing.
Its purity somehow makes it both dark and bright. “It almost hurts to look at it,” observed Blake Day, his undergraduate student and a Willamette High School graduate. “Almost” is the operative word.